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NAME ^

HTML::EscapeEvil - Escape tag

VERSION ^

0.05

SYNPSIS ^

    use HTML::EscapeEvil;
    my $escapeevil = HTML::EscapeEvil->new;
    my $evil_html = <<HTML;
    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    alert("script is evil tags!!");
    //-->
    </script>
    <iflame src="deny.html" width="100" height="100"></iframe>
    HTML

    $escapeevil->parse($html); #from string
    $escapeevil->parse_file($html_file); #from file or file handle

    my $clean_html = $escapeevil->filtered_html;
    $escapeevil->clear;

DESCRIPTION ^

The tag that doesn't want to permit escapes all.

METHOD ^

new

create instance

Example :

    my $escapeevil = HTML::EscapeEvil->new(
                                         allow_comment => 1,
                                         allow_declaration => 0,
                                         allow_process => 0,
                                         allow_tags => [qw(a l l o w t a g s)],
                                         #allow_tags => "one",# OK
                                        );

Option :

allow_comment : allow comment. default 0.

allow_declaration : allow_declaration. default 0.

allow_process : allow_process. default 0.

allow_tags : set allow tags

allow_script : allow script tag. default 0(is_allow_tags("script") OK)

allow_style : allow style tag. default 0(is_allow_tags("style") OK)

allow_entity_reference : allow entity reference. default 1

collection_process : collection process. default 0

When tag is not specified for allow_tags, default makes all tag invalid.

set_allow_tags

The setting is returned to default.

Example :

    $escapeevil->set_allow_tags(qw(t a g s));

add_allow_tags

The tag that wants to permit is added.

Example :

    $escapeevil->add_allow_tags(qw(t a g s));

deny_tags

The specified tag is not permitted.

Example :

    $escapeevil->deny_tags(qw(t a g s));

get_allow_tags

The list of the tag that has been permitted is returned.

Example :

    my @list = $escapeevil->get_allow_tags;

is_allow_tags

Whether it is tag that has been permitted is checked.

Example :

    print 'script is ', ($escapeevil->is_allow_tags('script')) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';

deny_all

No permission of all

Example :

    $escapeevil->deny_all;

allow_comment

Whether the comment has been permitted is checked. Or, the setting change of the comment permission.

Example :

    print 'comment is ', ($escapeevil->allow_comment) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_comment(1); ## allow comment!

allow_declaration

Whether the DOCTYPE declaration has been permitted is checked. Or, the setting change of the DOCTYPE declaration permission.

Example :

    print 'declaration is ', ($escapeevil->allow_declaration) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_declaration(1); ## allow declaration!

allow_process

Whether the processing instruction has been permitted is checked. Or, the setting change of the processing instruction.

Example :

    print 'process is ', ($escapeevil->allow_process) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_process(1); ## allow process!

allow_entity_reference

Whether the substance reference has been permitted is checked. Or, the setting change of the substance reference.

Example :

    print 'entity_reference is ', ($escapeevil->allow_entity_reference) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_entity_reference(1); ## allow entity_reference!

allow_script

Whether it permits is checked script tag. Or, the setting change of script tag.

Example :

    print 'script is ', ($escapeevil->allow_script) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_script(1); ## allow script!

allow_style

Whether it permits is checked style tag. Or, the setting change of style tag.

Example :

    print 'style is ', ($escapeevil->allow_style) ? 'allowed' : 'not allowed';
    $escapeevil->allow_style(1); ## allow style!

collection_process

The setting change whether to collect process is done. Or, a present setting is acquired.

Example :

    print 'collection_process is ', ($escapeevil->collection_process) ? 'collection' : 'no collection';
    $escapeevil->collection_process(1); ##colloction process!

processes

The reference of the array of the processing instruction list is acquired. (reading exclusive use)

Example :

    foreach(@{$escapeevil->processes}){

        my $process = $_;
        #example: eval $process ,system $process etc..
    }

filtered_html

HTML that escapes in the tag not permitted is returned.

Example :

    print $escapeevil->filetered_html;

filtered_file

HTML that escapes in the tag not permitted is written file.

Example :

    (e.g.1)
    $escapeevil->filtered_file("./filtered_file.html");
    (e.g.2)
    $escapeevil->filtered_file(*FILEHANDLE);

filtered

version 0.02 new method. parse(parse_file) and filtered_html(filtered_file) and eof,clear_process do.

Example :

    my $html = "<script type=\"text/javascript\"><!--alert(\"hello!\");//--></script>";
    (e.g.1)
    my $cleanhtml = $escapeevil->filtered($html);
    (e.g.2)
    $escapeevil->filtered($html,"writefile.html");
    (e.g.3)
    open FILEHANDLE,"< evil.html" or die $!;
    $escapeevil->filtered(*FILEHANDLE,"writefile.html");

clear_process

Collected process is annulled.

Example :

    $escapeevil->clear_process;

clear

Initialization of variable that liberates of HTML::Parser object and is internal. Please execute it when processing is completed.

Example :

    $escapeevil->clear;

NEW OPTION ^

VERSION 0.03.Javascript of event handler becomes invalid at allow_script(0) though event handler of javascript is defined in the tag that has been permitted, too.

Example :

    <a href="javascript:alert(1234)">hello</a> => <a href="javascript:void(0)">hello</a>
    <body onload="alert(5678)"> => <body onload="void(0)">

The definition of event handler is described in %HTML::Escape::JS_EVENT.

CAUTION ^

Please filtered_file must specify passing the file and specify the correct one. Die is executed when there are neither passing nor a writing authority that cannot be.

Processes is a method only for reading. When the value is set, die is done.

Carp http://search.cpan.org/~nwclark/perl-5.8.8/lib/Carp.pm

Class::Accessor http://search.cpan.org/~kasei/Class-Accessor-0.22/lib/Class/Accessor.pm

HTML::Element http://search.cpan.org/~petdance/HTML-Tree-3.1901/lib/HTML/Element.pm

HTML::Filter http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/HTML-Parser-3.46/lib/HTML/Filter.pm

HTML::Parser http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/HTML-Parser-3.46/Parser.pm

SEE ALSO ^

Carp Class::Accessor HTML::Element HTML::Filter HTML::Parser

AUTHOR ^

Akira Horimoto <kurt0027@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (C) 2006 Akira Horimoto

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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